NTA Adds Amos to Staff


Agnes Amos has joined the National Tour Association (NTA) management team as senior vice president. Amos has been involved in business development, events and marketing in both North America and overseas for more than a decade.

As NTA senior vice president, Amos will manage the daily operations of the association, working closely with the staff and volunteer leadership to meet the strategic objectives of the organization. Amos will assist with strategic planning and implementation, overseeing an environmental scan for trends in the travel industry and developing relationships within the industry.

"We're thrilled to have Agnes with us at NTA because of the breadth and depth of knowledge and expertise she brings to the association," said NTA President Lisa Simon.  "Agnes has worked in association management both in North America and overseas, and she has managed conferences in the U.S., the UK, Europe, Asia, and Africa. This perspective will serve NTA's diverse membership well. Our membership and the association overall will benefit from her experience in conference management and marketing as well as in public affairs."

Recently, Amos worked as the director of marketing and events for the Society for Biomolecular Sciences. She also has worked as the conference operations manager for Platts/McGraw Hill, conferences and exhibitors director for Mediaoutsource, head of customer service/project coordinator for Healthcare Information & Management Systems Society, and the exhibitions and marketing manager for the Labour Party, in London.

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